Only two miles from Louisville’s city center, and in the heart of the Highlands community, lives the Cherokee Triangle neighborhood. One of Louisville’s oldest communities, this historic, tree lined community features classic architectural details, creating a beautiful atmosphere to live. Cherokee Triangle is within walking distance to a booming commercial district, close to antique shops, boutiques, restaurants, coffee shops, and grocery stores. In the very center of Cherokee Triangle you will find the entrance to Cherokee Park, which features over 389 acres of public land and a 2.4mile scenic loop that stays bustling year round with bikers, runners, and dog walkers. In the Winter months, Cherokee Park’s “Dog Hill” attracts visitors from all over the city for some of the best sledding around. In the Spring months, artists from all over the Country flock to Louisville for the annual Cherokee Triangle Art Fair. What started in 1972 as a neighborhood plant exchange, has now grown into a successful art fair that is not only beneficial for the artists involved, but has become an exciting event for the neighborhood and the Cherokee Triangle community. The Highlands as a whole, and the Cherokee Triangle neighborhood in particular is a very diverse community. In addition to diversity, the Cherokee Triangle is a neighborhood community. When the weather is nice you will often find residents relaxing on their front porch or out taking walks.
Homes in the Cherokee Triangle neighborhood were generally built soon after Cherokee Park was established in 1891. Many affluent families built large, 3000 square foot homes, around the park . Styles include traditional, Italianate, Second Empire, Queen Anne, Neoclassical, Tudor Revival, Beaux Arts, Richardsonian Romanesque, and others. The median price for a home in Cherokee Triangle is $450,000. Homes can be found from $200,000 up to well over $1,000,000. The Average price per square foot is $158.00.
The Cherokee Triangle neighborhood is in the Jefferson County Public School district. There are both Public and private school options close by. Bloom elementary school, Collegiate School, Barrett Traditional Middle School, Lincoln Elementary, and the Kentucky School for the Blind.
Within walking distance are some of Louisville’s best restaurants; Ramsi’s Café on the World, Molly Malones, Dragon King’s Daughter, and Papalinos Pizza, are just a few options.
For your date night you could walk to the movies at Baxter Avenue Theatre, walk to the comedy show at Comedy Caravan, or just go for a stroll down Bardstown road taking it all in.
The Cherokee Triangle neighborhood is a true community, and a beautiful place to call home.
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